You know when you have your mouth open but nothing comes out? The one that usually happens in movies where the woman is about to get killed and her mouth is open like this :O. It doesn’t have to be in movies, it happens in the first 30 seconds of Supernatural.
Anyway, that is what exactly happened to me just a few hours ago when I lost my internet connection.
Okay, so I am confusing you with this but, I know this is kinda late thing to celebrate about, but I just want to share to you something. And this is my blog so yeah.
A few months back as we all know John Green painstakingly signed copies of ‘The Fault in Our Stars’. We have been witness to him signing loads of paper that he almost lost a hand. Me – being the Philippines – and living in a small city, could’ve only dreamt of being able to get a copy TFiOS more so than a signed copy.
Since it’s the Easter season, I managed to snag myself three days’ worth of doing nothing and procrastinating on certain aspects of my life. With my internet connection being scarce I decided to make use of my time doing something else. But I’m still procrastinating on my requirements for the Board Exams.
I built a computer table. :)
My mom bought us a PC the other month and I they told us that it came with a free computer table. My mom already brought a table for the PC months ago and so I asked her if I could have the freebie. She said yes but then said I have to build it myself. I agreed.
My laptop’s keyboard doesn’t function anymore so I bought an external keyboard that I connect to my laptop (the wallpaper is made by the talented luckypressure).
I don’t have pictures of when I was building it (completely forgot about it) but let me tell you it both fun and slightly painful at the same time. My hands were red when I finished it.
Anyway, one of the parts of that computer table was a small rail. It prevents the monitor from falling to the other side of the table if you push it far. I found the perfect use for it though.
I always wanted to hang my head phones because I want them to be accessible and also I don’t like it when their cords get knotted with one another. I swear I put them in the drawers properly but it’s like they put themselves in knots that it makes me wonder how they end up like that in the first place. Then I found the perfect solution. Tada!
I seen your post about finishing nursing school, and it stuck a personal string. I decided a long time ago that I would try to become a nurse. Now that I can actually enter a nursing program next year, ... I feel worried. I don't have a passion for nursing, and I feel like I'm just going with it to make my family proud. But If i choose abandon the pursuit, I will have nothing. Any advice?
I really think that I’m going to suck at this, seeing as I threw a tantrum (I was 16, and I admit I’m kinda a spoiled brat. And I don’t have any other words of what I did back then) when they told me that I have to take up nursing which is isn’t my first choice to begin with.
You got to really ask yourself, would it be worth it?
I mean, like I said in the post, some of my classmates learned to love it but you should ask yourself, will you?
In the long run can you see yourself being happy in what you’ll be doing?
I mean sure, Nursing can be a 50:50 chance of being successful and happy, or successful and unhappy or unsuccessful and happy?
Sure, making one’s family proud is such a huge factor. Everyone in my family (including the extended relatives) were ecstatic that I was graduating while all I thought of was that I get to be in filmschool soon. *shrugs*
It really just comes down to your decision. It’s an opportunity, I can say honestly to become a nurse. But then again, each its own.
You may or may not love it, but that chance is yours if you take it.
As long as you don’t have any regrets in the end, I think that’s all that matters.